Da Cor do Pecado

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Da Cor do Pecado
Da Cor do Pecado.jpeg
Genre Telenovela
Created by João Emanuel Carneiro
Written by
  • João Emanuel Carneiro
  • Angela Carneiro
  • Vincent Villari
  • Vinícius Vianna
Directed by Denise Saraceni
Starring Taís Araújo
Reynaldo Gianecchini
Giovanna Antonelli
Lima Duarte
Aracy Balabanian
Rosi Campos
Alinne Moraes
Maitê Proença
Ney Latorraca
Graziella Moretto
Matheus Nachtergaele
Tuca Andrada
Guilherme Weber
Leonardo Brício
Caio Blat
Cauã Reymond
Pedro Neschling
Karina Bacchi
Liliana Castro
Rocco Pitanga
Sidney Magal
Vanessa Gerbelli
Francisco Cuoco
Thiago Martins
Opening theme "Da Cor do Pecado"
Composer(s) Luciana Mello
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of episodes 185
Production
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) Projac
Release
Original network Rede Globo
Original release 26 January – 28 August 2004
Chronology
Preceded by Kubanacan
Followed by Começar de Novo
External links
Website

Da Cor do Pecado (Shades of Sin) is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo in the traditional 7pm timeslot between 26 January and 28 August 2004 with a total of 185 episodes, replacing Kubanacan and preceding Começar de Novo.

It is one of Rede Globo's most successful production, just coming after Avenida Brasil, interms of viewership and worldwide exhibition, as it been sold to close to 100 countries.

Starring Taís Araújo, Reynaldo Gianecchini, Rosi Campos, Guilherme Weber, Aracy Balabanian, Lima Duarte and Giovanna Antonelli.

Synopsis[edit]

First phase[edit]

In the 1970s, businessman Alfonso Lambertini has an affair with a maid of his mansion, Edilásia, and she becomes pregnant. Alfonso is the husband of Silvia, a woman of fragile health whom he loves. Edilásia is pregnant with twin boys but hides it from Alfonso. Germana, the housekeeper and a close friend of Alfonso and Silvia, helps Edilásia flee, leaving one child with Alfonso and taking the other. Shortly after, Silvia dies, and Alfonso is plunged into depression.

Thirty years later, Alfonso's son, Paco, is now a botanist who is very dedicated to his profession and who does not agree with his father's actions, such as deforestation and burning of trees for the sake of establishing his ventures. Paco does not know he has a twin and that his biological mother is Edilásia; he thinks he is the son of Silvia. On a trip to Maranhão, Paco meets Preta, a beautiful black girl from São Luís do Maranhão who sells herbs in a tent with her mother, Lita. Paco and Preta fall in love at first sight and they exchange vows of eternal passion, but Preta is suspicious of a rich white man, because she is black and poor and knows that a rich white man would use her easily. However, Paco is engaged to Barbara, a cunning woman who is false, manipulative, cruel, dishonest and very biased; she hates Preta and often refer to Preta as "little blackie".

Meanwhile, Apollo lives with his mother Edilásia and his four half-brothers: Ulisses, Thor, Dionidio and Abelardo on the beach. It is a simple life, but very affectionate. Edilásia is sad to have left another son, Paco, in the hands of a powerful man as Alfonso. Her late husband, Napoleon Sardinha, was a great wrestler and is revered by the whole family, who also practice the sport. Apollo does not know the truth and thinks his father is Napoleon.

The story has other nuclei, such as Vera and Edu, Barbara's parents who are divorced and who love to pose as wealthy, but are actually each supported by Barbara. Both fully support the coup on Paco's daughter. Other plots include Moa, a passionate surfer who becomes romantically involved with Apollo, Ulisses, Thor, Dionisio and Abelardo; and Kaíke, Barbara's lover, blinded by love, who will do anything for her, including traps to separate Paco and Preta. It is in one of those traps that Paco is disappointed with Preta: Kaíke and Barbara make it appear that Preta bought almost fifty thousand dollars on appliances and furniture using Paco's credit cards, and even betrayed him. At the same time, Paco learns that Barbara is pregnant by him - when in fact the child is Kaíke's - and has a big fight with his father. Soon, Paco learns that Barbara is Kaíke's lover, and becomes furious with her. The snake convinces Paco that Alfonso will intern in a hospital for the insane. All this culminates in a helicopter tour with Paco and Barbara.

At the same time, Apollo and Ulisses are traveling to Brazil in a sailboat. One night, the brothers host some strange-looking men. Ulisses discovers that they are carrying almost one hundred million dollars in gold stolen from the Group Lambertini. Upon learning that Ulisses discovered this, the men try to kill him, but Apollo stops them and falls into the sea along with all the gold, presumes dead. The men flee. The next morning, Paco, mad with hatred of life, takes the helicopter out to the sea and nearly dies when a piece of iron strikes him in the head. He is saved by Ulisses, who was coincidentally in the same place and believes that Paco is Apollo because the two are completely identical. Paco then proves to that Ulisses that heis not Apollo, and the two are puzzled. Ulisses, however, does not dare tell his mother that her "favorite" son died and suggests that Paco take his place. Seeing a unique opportunity to abandon a life surrounded by deceit and brutality of those who live around them and start a new life from scratch, Paco accepts. At the same time, in Maranhão, Preta has two stories: the first is that Paco, the love of his life, died. The second is that she is pregnant with Paco's child.

Second phase[edit]

Eight years pass. Paco is still in Maranhão with Ulisses, preparing to return home. Preta is the mother of Raí, naughty boy with a good heart, and she wants to prove that the boy is the son of Paco.

Barbara has a troubled son, Octávio, and is married to Tony, an unscrupulous and calculating employee of Alfonso. They will do anything to ensur that Preta does not prove that Raí is the son of Paco.

Now, Paco, pretending to be Apollo, and Ulisses are back, and the lives of all will change with the return of Apollo, who was not dead, only suffering from amnesia.

Cast[edit]

Actor Character
Taís Araújo Preta de Souza
Reynaldo Gianecchini Paco Lambertini Sardinha/ Apolo Sardinha[1]
Giovanna Antonelli Bárbara Campos Sodré [1]
Lima Duarte Afonso Lambertini [1]
Rosi Campos Edilásia Sardinha (Mamuska) [1]
Sérgio Malheiros Raí de Souza Lambertini [1]
Guilherme Weber Tony Peixoto de Almeida[1]
Aracy Balabanian Germana Cordiolli Lambertini[1]
Alinne Moraes Moa Nascimento Mattar
Leonardo Brício Ulisses Sardinha [1]
Felipe Latgé Otávio Lambertini [1]
Tuca Andrada Kaíke Oliveira [1]
Thiago Martins Sal [1]
Caio Blat Abelardo Sardinha [1]
Matheus Nachtergaele Pai Helinho [1]
Maitê Proença Vera Campos Sodré (Verinha) [1]
Ney Latorraca Eduardo Campos Sodré (Edu) [1]
Graziela Moretto Beki [1]
Jonathan Haagensen Dodô [1]
Giordanna Forte Kika [1]
Karina Bacchi Ernestina Sardinha (Tina) [1]
Pedro Neschling Dionísio Sardinha [1]
Cauã Reymond Thor Sardinha [1]
Samara Felippo Greta Bazaróv [1]
Fernanda Paes Leme Nieta Bazarov
Tarciana Saad Natasha Bazarov
Sidney Magal Comandante Frazão [1]
Vanessa Gerbelli Tancinha / Zuleide [1]
Cláudia Ohana Zuleide
Arlindo Lopes Cezinha [1]
Francisco Cuoco Pai Gaudêncio [1]
Liliana Castro Olívia Garcia [1]
Carolina Dieckmann Júlia Miranda
Solange Couto Lita Nazaré de Sousa [2]
Rocco Pitanga Felipe Garcia Freitas [1]
Jorge Coutinho Ítalo Freitas [1]
Maria Rosa Laura Garcia Freitas [1]
Marilu Bueno Stela Soares Dutra [1]
Mônica Torres Nívea Nogueira do Amaral [1]
Sokram Sommar Nico [1]
Victor Perales Brad [1]
Ivone Hoffmann Mariana

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Timeslot
(AMT)
# Eps. Premiere Finale Rank Season Average viewership
Date Viewers (in points) Date Viewers (in points)
Mondays—Fridays
7:15 pm
185
26 January 2004
42
27 August 2004
51 #1 2004 43

In its premiere, Da Cor do Pecado recorded a viewership rating of 42 points with 61% share.[3] In the finale, it registered viewership rating of 51 points with 69% audience share.[4]

It averagely obtained viewership rating of 43.1 points the highest in the 21st century.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah "Da Cor do Pecado em Memória Globo". TV. memoriaglobo.cm. Retrieved 1 July 2015. 
  2. ^ "Da Cor do Pecado em Memória Globo- site". TV. memoriaglobo.cm. Retrieved 03 March 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ "Da Cor do Pecado" faz melhor estréia no horário desde 1996". Folha (in Portuguese). Retrieved 6 June 2016. 
  4. ^ "Da Cor do Pecado alavanca Ibope no último capítulo". Virgula (in Portuguese). Retrieved 6 June 2016. 
  5. ^ "Final de "Da Cor do Pecado" marca 50 pontos". Exclusivo Terra (in Portuguese). Retrieved 6 June 2016. 

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